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I'm interested in being able to interpret, analyse, and program different computer languages, like languages used in automotive industry. As well as other systems is there a specific education degree or route related to this?
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There are many languages you could learn that will help you find a job. Is there a reason you are referring the the automotive industry? A lot of popular languages are Java, Javascript, C#, C++, VB, PHP, Ruby and many others. Some are easier to under stand if you know another language already. You can try a tech institute for a certificate or a college / university for a degree. It all depend on your training budget. Keep this in mind, some companies won’t even offer an interview without a 4 year degree. 

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  • Subhendu Sen

    For automotive industry, you can learn C, C++ or Julia. Yes, Julia is a language that is made to address the need of high-performance scientific computing or automotive industry. Indeed it has also other technical advantages, like good support for concurrency and parallelism and the ability to call directly C, Fortran and Python code.

    But now things are changed. Now the world’s biggest car brands are announcing integration between smartphone applications & the center console of their vehicles. That is controlling the car itself through the use of a mobile application that’s loaded onto a smartphone or tablet. Users can lock car's doors with a smartphone app/ turn on the car. Even these apps can inform them of upcoming maintenance requirements. Software developers made this happen. So anyone (like you also) with mobile application experience can easily land a job with major automakers.

    It is a better way to contact a good educational institute of your local area and consult with their experts for face to face discussions.

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